Welcome to May edition of my curated Writer’s Tips. This month I’m sharing some informative articles on, when to use Italics by author/editor, Anneli Purchase, how to create a proper Copyright page by Kindlepreneur, Dave Chesson, as well as info on reducing Amazon Download Fees, how to write Web content by Anne R. Allen, how to Translate Text into another Language in Canva by Natalie Ducey, Word Conversion with Harmony Kent.
Author/Editor, Anneli Purchase on how and when to use Italics
Kindlepreneur – Dave Chesson on What Goes into a Book’s Copyright Page
Dave Chesson shows us how to minimize KDP Download Fees when downloading our books
Anne R. Allen explains why it’s important for authors to learn how to write Web Content
Natalie Ducey has another helpful tutorial – How to Translate Text into other Languages using Canva
Harmony Kent at the Story Empire talking about writing conventions – American, British, English
This edition of Writer’s Tips offer some great links for writers and authors – How to use Amazon search words for best visibility, the importance of using Goodreads for authors, The Kindlepreneur with a generator machine to drum up ideas and book titles, and did you know that just by commenting on other blogs your name gets pushed up in SEO on Google? Check them out!
Bookmarketing Tools – using https://www.profitguru.com/ to find profitable book title data on Amazon to help maximize your book’s visibility.
Now, give that generator a whirl by trying it out! Generator is complete with writing ideas, first lines, character and plot generators and more!
Looking for more visibility on Google searches to get your name and perhaps books a boost in search engines? Read up on Anne R. Allen’s invaluable post on why comments are so essential on our blogs, and how just by commenting, you gain visibility!
This week’s edition of Writer’s Tips is focused on: Working with your Word Styles Ribbon, Author Tips, Writing Aids, Creating Free Book Covers, Why Manuscripts get Rejected, and How to Formulate the Elevator Pitch.
Louise Harnby shares in-depth information on how to work with your Styles ribbon in Word to help format your books.